Photograph by Tom Fenske
The bottom is clearly visible 200 feet underwater at the base of this 18-foot high rock. While most people approached the jump into the cool blue water with apprehension this man didn’t hold anything back. Oregon’s only national park, Crater Lake is the deepest lake in the US and the clearest in the world. The deepest point is 1,943 feet. Rain and snow are the only sources of water for this lake that fills the caldera of a destroyed volcano, Mount Mazama.